The Most Expensive House In San Francisco


Behold: Residence 950 – a 9,500 square foot home in San Francisco’s salubrious Russian Hill neighbourhood with spectacular views across the entire Bay Area. A garden filled with ancient olive trees, a Norwegian stone infinity pool, a glass elevator linking all four floors with three bedrooms, a two-storey art gallery, wellness centre and an underground garage for four cars displayed on turntables.

Yours for a mere $45,000,000 (€39,500,000)


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18 thoughts on “The Most Expensive House In San Francisco

  1. Dr.Fart MD

    not that nice really. the stairs look horrible, and the shower. i’d buy a rake of class gaffs for that amount.

        1. Bertie Blenkinsop

          Oh I am but I’m not gone on the decor.
          I’ll come and visit you but I won’t stay over.

    1. ralph

      Never understood living on an earthquake belt
      Mind you san Francisco is my kind of town or is that Chicago

  2. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

    I wouldn’t mind a nice negroni, sitting on an inflatable chair in that infinity pool.

  3. Starina

    I hope it falls in an earthquake and then burns down. A pox on techbros pushing the personality out of San Francisco in favour of this completely sterile nouveau-riche peacocking.

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